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Understanding Kanji Characters by Their Ancestral Forms: Learning Kanji…

by Ping-gam Go

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I did not find this method of learning kanji useful. There were no stroke marks and the ancestral forms were just confusing. ( )
  aulsmith | Jun 13, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0962311367, Paperback)

Ping-gam Go creates a complete lesson plan to learn Kanji characters by understanding the hidden art, myth, and culture within the characters of the written Japanese language. Lessons cover over 313 Japanese kanji characters, which is about one third of the required number of characters that an elementary school student in Japan should know. Lessons are divided into easy, not-so-easy, and difficult sections. This compact book is suitable for young students learning Japanese in school programs as well as seasoned tourists and business travelers.

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This book reveals the meaning of Chinese characters by means of their ancestral forms. The reader will discover that it takes little effort and imagination to understand the most common and widely used characters. Ping-gam Go provides a full-color photo survey of San Francisco's chinatown and a dictionary of 288 Chinese characters.… (more)

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